There is still long way to go: Kirti Kulhari on her Bollywood journey


“The challenge for me is to be able to do different and meaningful projects. I have not done a comedy film for a while, so comedy and also a good romantic film is definitely on my list,” she adds. I am very glad and grateful that I got to be a part of it,” she said. In Mission Mangal, which is being touted as India’s first space film, Kirti will be seen alongside Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Akshay Kumar and Sharman Joshi. “I have really worked hard with all my patience and determination to achieve the little I have in my life but there is a long way to go. It has been one of the best sets for me till date. Advertising

After trying her hand at serious roles in the last few films, Kirti says she is keen to do light hearted movies now. 0
Comment(s) “I am in a really happy and content space. “If you are talented and hardworking you will always succeed and this is not just for our industry but it’s everywhere. I am satisfied as an actor with the kind of roles I am getting to play,” Kirti told PTI. I have enjoyed every minute working on the film. “The whole cast of this amazing film is extremely strong, independent and everyone very different from each other yet so respectful and encouraging. Advertising

The 34-year-old actor most recently starred in Uri: The Surgical Strike and Amazon Prime Video’s web-series Four More Shots Please. Kirti says 2019 has been really good for her professionally and as well as personally. I got lot of love for Uri… and it also translated into lot of interesting work for me.”

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She will be seen next in Mission Mangal, an untitled film where she plays the role of a musician; and the Netflix series, Bard of Blood opposite Emraan Hashmi.